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The Instant Pot is a cult-favorite brand of small kitchen appliances for cooks of every skill level — and we’re seeing steep discounts on many models through .
If you’re not familiar, the Instant Pot is a brand of multicookers; each one of its dozen models functions as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, sauté pan, steamer, warmer, yogurt maker, and rice cooker all in one. The Instant Pot Duo can replace seven kitchen appliances, and the Instant Pot Ultra can replace 10. These multicookers take all the sweat out of weeknight dinners, and offer extremely efficient use of space considering all they can do. In the past few years, Instant Pot has been used as an example of a small businesses leveraging Amazon for massive success, and has gained the popularity usually reserved for icons like the KitchenAid stand mixer (which is, coincidentally, also on sale at multiple retailers).
Plenty of Insider Reviews team members swear by their Instant Pots, and multiple models topped our list of the best instant cookers, too. If you’re having trouble figuring out which model to buy, we recommend going for the basic Duo. The main difference between models is the number of settings they offer, but we prefer to keep it uncomplicated with the classic model.
Best Instant Pot Cyber Monday deals:
The smaller-capacity version of the Duo Crisp, this Instant Pot adds air frying and sous vide tech to its already packed resume of cooking options. This pressure cooker, typically selling between $150 and $180, has dropped to $79 during Walmart’s Cyber Monday sale — the lowest price we’ve ever seen on this model.
*Note: The prices listed above are accurate at the time of publication. We’ve seen the Instant Pots selling out and coming back into stock frequently — availability is subject to change.
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